To protect yourself, your loved ones and your community, all individuals age 6 months and older should get the COVID-19 vaccine. If you're ready to schedule a vaccine appointment, select a region below to begin. If you're uncertain about the vaccine, please scroll to the bottom of this page to see common questions answered by UnityPoint Health experts
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Single booster doses are CDC and FDA approved for qualified patients. If you have questions on whether you should receive a booster dose or when you should receive a booster dose, we encourage you to contact your primary care provider.
Additional (third) dose - Certain immunocompromised individuals can receive a third vaccine dose, as outlined by the CDC. Please call your primary care provider if you have any questions or to schedule your appointment.
Schedule a COVID-19 Vaccine Near You
Find a primary care location near you for more information on scheduling your COVID-19 vaccine. Please note that scheduling online through the MyUnityPoint patient portal is available for current patients in most locations.
Although children have a significantly lower risk of severe disease and death from COVID-19, both can happen. In addition, there can be long-term illness associated with initial COVID-19, including in children, so prevention is key.
The science used to create the COVID-19 vaccines isn't new — it's rooted in years of research. Every step of the vaccine process went through the same rigorous safety assessments by the FDA as all other vaccines. Finally, our clinical leaders, vaccine committee and infectious disease experts thoroughly review all data surrounding the vaccine clinical trials and support vaccination to help end the pandemic. You can visit the CDC website for more information on vaccine safety.
Ingredients for the Comirnaty (Pfizer), Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines may be found on the CDC website
Side effects are common, but generally mild to moderate and occur within the first few days of getting the vaccine. For more information, visit the CDC website.
The CDC says pregnant people have increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19 compared to non-pregnant individuals. COVID-19 during pregnancy can also increase the risk for preterm birth. Due to support from The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, it's recommended all pregnant individuals be vaccinated against COVID-19. All data indicates the vaccine is very effective and safe during pregnancy